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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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Tuesday, March 7, 2017

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WHAT AN EXCELLENT STUDENTS UNION GOVERNMENT: UNPRECEDENTED ACHIEVEMENTS WHILE RUNNING ON A ZERO BUDGET

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The Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel(GENTLE) GCLR  led Students Union Government has been described by many as one of the best in the history of students Unionism. This is   because of the giant achievements the Union recorded within a very short tenure. The administration witnessed so many challenges but it could not allow any of such challenges to bring it back to the ground or use them as excuse for not leaving up to its campaign promises as many would have done, rather, the administration used it to showcase its unmatched competence and showed the world that leadership is not all about how much you were given but about how much you can offer without being given. This portrays the quote of the former American President who said; think of what to do for America, and not what America will do for you. It is obvious Comr. Nwankwo Emmanuel (Gentle) has this qoute in mind for the students of University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus in mind when he was massively voted in by the students from all the faculties.
       It is with ineffable joy that I write to show commendation and appreciation to this pace setting Students Union Government led by Comr. Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel, The staff and students of University of Nigeria and to the Almighty GOD for the wonderful works of this epoch making Students Union Government which will be successfully handing over to the next Student Union Government in grace and bliss soon.
     The Comr. Gentle led administration has not been without challenges as they assumed office on the 21st day of April,2016 and were barely two months old in office when they were suspended for insisting that the welfare of the students be improved by the school management without further delay. However, by the special grace of God,
they were reinstated on the 8th day of December,2016.
       Remarkably, from the inception of this administration the Union has been operating on a zero budget, that notwithstanding, they have thus far recorded giant achievements as shown below:
   1. Construction of street lights on campus:- Paul J. Meyer once said "whatever you vividly imagine,ardently desire and enthusiastically act upon must inevitably come to pass. At the manifesto(UNEC DECIDE) Comr. Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel(Gentle) GCLR, the SUG president told the students that his administration if elected will bring back the school street light back to life. The street lights had not been working before the coming of Comr. Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel's led SUG government. The president knew it was going to be a laborious project but he believed they can achieve it. With the efforts of the Union under his leadership and with their one week students welfare struggle before the 12th of June 2016, there is now street lights all over the campus today and the rate of crime on campus has been curbed.
    2. WIFI CONNECTION IN OUR HOSTELS:- students of University of Nigeria can now enjoy free,unrestrained and unlimited access to UNN Hotspot right in their rooms at the hostels. the risk of going out at night in search of wireless internet connection at ICT Centre has been prevented.
     3. ACQUISITION OF 3000KVA POWER GENERATOR. The Students Union Government led by Comr. Nwankwo Emmanuel (Gentle) has always emphasized the need for students to enjoy those basic amenities to which they are entitled to, including adequate power supply. The university management did so well by listening to the Union and providing two sets of 1500kva generators(3000kva). The generator connection has also been extended to faculty of Environmental Sciences to enable environmental students carry out their studio and construction assignments without any hitches.  We were informed too by some concerned students that some rooms in Lady Ibiam hostel were having no or faulty light connection and we swung into action immediately. The electrical problem in Lady Ibiam hostel is currently being addressed.
     4. INCREASED WATER SUPPLY:- Water supply was one on of the pressing needs of the students which the Union pushed forward to the Vice Chancellors and the Vice Chancellor responded by acquiring two water tankers for Enugu campus and since then water supply has improved
     5. CREATION OF SUG WEBSITE:- In a bid to enhance effective communication both among the Union members, students and others, the Comr. Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel led Students Union Government created a website for the union where every student of the University of Nigeria, Enugu campus enjoys free and unlimited access to every information contained in the site. The site address is www.sugunec.com.
     6. ENHANCEMENT OF SOCIAL LIFE ON CAMPUS:- "All work and no play makes jack a dull boy". Comr. Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel's led administration has attracted a lot if social events to University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus(UNEC) among which include; the popular Glo show which took place last year on campus. About 12 students were conferred the glo ambassadorial title. There was a modelling contest too where each of the Mr and Miss glo received NGN100,000 each with other participants given NGN50,000. My administration also brought MTN Nigeria to campus where they advertised their products and services as well as offered free gifts to many students.
We also brought Guarantee Trust Bank who opened free accounts for every interested UNEC student as well as gave out items like phones, refrigerators laptops among others to some students.
     7. RENOVATION OF THE BASKETBALL BITCH AND VOLLEYBALL COURT:- In a bid to enhance sporting activities on campus, the Student Union Government under
Gentle's watch commenced rehabilitation of sport facilities including the renovation of the basketball and lawn tennis court on campus. The renovation is ongoing and will be completed within few days.
      8. SUG BUS: We have negotiated with the University management on the need to provide a Student Union Bus for Enugu Campus. A request which was accepted and right now the bus is ready. It is believed that the bus will arrive Enugu campus any moment from now provided the incoming administration follows up.
      9. FREE CHRISTMAS TRANSPORT SCHEME:- During the Christmas break the Student Union Government made provision for free transportation scheme where students travelling to different locations were transported free.
      10. SCHOLARSHIP TO STUDENTS:- The SUG administration led by Comr. Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel (GENTLE) in collaboration with Gentle Exploits Foundation has given scholarship to two UNEC students which will include taking care of all their school fees for the  next academic session. One of those students that benefited from the scholarship scheme include Ifeanyi; a 100 level student of the Department of Banking and Finance who won the best essay writer award organized by the aforementioned organization.
        Other things achieved by the Union under the leadership of Comr. Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel (GENTLE) include:
*. Renovation of the SUG Secretariat,
*. Moderation of prices of commodities on campus,
*. Provision of full-vac tanker for sewage disposals,
*. Fulfilment of constitutional obligations including the organization of Students Union Congress sessions. A constitutional platform where every UNEC student is given the opportunity to air his views regarding the activities of the union
*. The establishment of a Students Union Security team: in a bid to help curb offensive activities on campus by providing useful information to the Security department.
        Wao!!! What an excellent Students Union Administration! Giant achievements on a ZERO BUDGET. This is indeed commended and unprecedented. I am glad to be part of this Comr. Nwankwo Emmanuel (Gentle) led Students Union Government of 2016/2017 administration. This is indeed a typical example of an administration with great leadership mindset.
God bless Comr. Nwankwo Ebuka Emmanuel (GENTLE), SUG PRESIDENT, university of Nigeria, Enugu Campus.
God bless Students Union Government (2016/2017 administration)
God bless University of Nigeria.
ALUTA CONTINUA; VICTORIA ASCERTA!!!
Written by: Asogwa Chidi Samuel (CSS ASOGWA)
P.A(PERSONAL ASSISTANT) to SUG PRESIDENT.
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Thursday, March 2, 2017

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Man awarded N530,000 by court against MTN for unauthorized callertunez deduction

The Federal High Court in Ibadan on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 has awarded N530,000 to one Oluwole Aluko for unauthorised deduction from his lines by MTN Nigeria.

Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel who passed the judgement, held that MTN had found itself guilty by not challenging the suit.

In his Judgement, he stated: 

“The plaintiff has the right to allow or reject the use of a caller tune. MTN cannot force the use of any caller tune on him or anybody because it is unlawful. 
Though the plaintiff sought N10 million as damages, but I hold that any damage suffered must be commensurate with the claim. 
I, hereby, award a cost of N500,000 for the damages suffered and another N30,000 as cost incurred during the court process.”


The complainant, who is also stand in as counsel for himself in the case, had in 2016 filed a N10 million suit against the same telecom giant.

He claimed that MTN Nigeria had unlawfully made series of deductions from three of his MTN lines for caller tunes which he did not subscribe to.

However, in another twist, Mr Fatiullah Tiamiyu who the defence counsel has claimed that MTN is not aware of any court process.

He said: “That is the reason the company has not been represented in any previous sitting.”
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Girl accused and called out on Facebook for infecting man with HIV, shares test result

A Port Harcourt girl whose photos have gone viral over claims of being HIV+ has released photos and a video evidence to prove she is negative.


Facebook user,  Kelvin Peters is claiming that a young lady identified as Ogbuka Gloria Ada, infected his friend with Aids. He posted photos of her and wrote;

"A friend of mine just shared this with me, please n please read carefully to the end,u Neva know whom u might be saving from this wicked act of a human,for some reasons I wouldn't want to display his name on social media. He met dis lady called Ogbuka Gloria Ada they have been dating for some time unknown to him she is HIV positive and she has hidden it from him. He was sick and went to run a test in d hospital where he was detected to be positive he quickly called Gloria to ask her if she has been feeling some way lately she said no, all of a sudden she blocked him on FB and started acting strange towards him. He decided to approach her via whatsapp and to his greatest surprise she didn't deny the fact she's HIV positive!! What a wicked world we are living in" is 20minutes of unprotected thrills worth a life time of pills?? Please share and repost you never can tell who might get saved from seeing this post"


See photos of her with the test result below...


See the alleged Whatsapp conversation they as shared by Kelvin Peters insisting she is HIV positive.




Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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UNN lecturers to be denied their promotion if students are dissatisfied with their lectures

A memorandum that has been shared to lecturers of Nigeria's foremost university, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, says, lecturers will be denied their promotion if students are dissatisfied with the quality of their lectures.

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Lecturers whose teaching score falls below 50% (to be determined by student's evaluation), will
be denied their promotion, no matter how well he/she performs in other criteria.

Monday, February 13, 2017

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Red carpet photos from Grammys 2017

The 59th annual Grammys awards held in Los Angeles on Sunday, February, 12th. Here's what the stars wore:
 

More pics after the cut.









Katy Perry








Paris Jackson






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Full list of 2017 GRAMMY awards winners

View the full list of this year's GRAMMY winners below:



  • Album of the year: “25,” Adele
  • Record of the year: “Hello,” Adele
  • Best new artist: Chance the Rapper
  • Song of the year (songwriter’s award): “Hello,” Adele and Greg Kurstin
  • Best pop solo performance: “Hello,” Adele
  • Best pop vocal album: “25,” Adele
  • Best traditional pop vocal album: “Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin,” Willie Nelson
  • Best pop duo or group performance: “Stressed Out,” twenty one pilots
  • Best dance/electronic album: “Skin,” Flume
  • Best rock song: “Blackstar,” David Bowie
  • Best rock album: “Tell Me I’m Pretty,” Cage the Elephant
  • Best alternative music album: “Blackstar,” David Bowie
  • Best R&B album: “Lalah Hathaway Live,” Lalah Hathaway
  • Best urban contemporary album: “Lemonade,” BeyoncĂ©
  • Best rap album: “Coloring Book,” Chance the Rapper
  • Best country album: “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” Sturgill Simpson
  • Best country solo performance: “My Church,” Maren Morris
  • Best jazz vocal album: “Take Me to the Alley,” Gregory Porter
  • Best jazz instrumental album: “Country for Old Men,” John Scofield
  • Best compilation soundtrack for visual media: “Miles Ahead,” Miles Davis & Various Artists
  • Producer of the year, non-classical: Greg Kurstin
  • Best music video: “Formation,” BeyoncĂ©